Sally rode at the stable I rode at on Long Island when I was a child. She was always so nice to me. She had a big chestnut horse that was quite nasty - never seemed to bother her though. My thoughts and prayers for her and her family.
OMG she has been posting here all along. I remember her from my junior days in the 1960s, she was a big part of LI's show scene. It's hard to believe she is gone.
STA was the big chestnut Charlemagne? RIP Sally. My condolences to her family and friends.
So shocked to see that Sally Rosenberg is gone. She and I competed as juniors.
Yes, that big chestnut was Charlemayne. I hope that he and Sally are reunited over the rainbow bridge.
Sally used to post a great deal on COTH. Sunday I was worried that something had happened to her, but I saw that she had posted in early May. My fears were realized when I saw that indeed she had died on Sunday.
Sally was an only child, and I am not sure she had any living relatives.
Rest in Peace Sally.
Proud of my Hunter Breeding Princesses
"Grief is the price we all pay for love," Gretchen Jackson (1/29/07) In Memory of Barbaro
Yes she was an only child, but she did have relatives and more importantly, she had a large family of friends and horsey folks who will be doing their very best to see that her wishes are carried out and her horses are well cared for.
She hadn't posted much because she was very busy. She continued to show secretary for a number of shows on LI and was getting involved in Aiken where she moved last year.
My condolences to those who were close to Sally. I had the opportunity to assist her at the secretarial desk at a few horse shows and she was patient with my questions and I found her a wealth of information about the "behind the scenes" work involved at the shows. Always a sadness to our sport lose another old time horseman.